Lingsoft will join other presenters at Finlandia Hall for #KIELI2019 conference organized by the Finnish Language Service Providers SKY. Speakers will include i.e. Lingsoft’s CTO Juha Tarvainen speaking about the way language technology makes developing artificial intelligence possible.
The Suomi.fi e-Authorisations and Finnish Service Catalogue developed for the Population Register Centre have reached the final of the European Union’s Sharing and Reuse Awards Contest. The contest is aimed at seeking out innovative and effective public administration services and programmes. For Lingsoft, getting to the final is a significant achievement, as Lingsoft has supplied the Population Register Centre with a solution developed under the working title Quality Agent (Laatuagentti). The competition jury highlighted in particular the text reviewer, which has been built for the Finnish Service Catalogue using Lingsoft’s language technology and which improves the linguistic accessibility of the catalogue.
Nimdzi Insights LLC, a US-based consulting firm, has published a comprehensive interviews and research-based report on the world's largest language services providers. Lingsoft is the only Finnish company that makes it to the 2019 ranking of the largest language services providers in the world. Lingsoft has improved its position, moving up five places, and now we are the world's 80th largest language services company with revenue of about EUR 12.8 million (USD 14.5 million). Lingsoft is also listed as one of the 30 fastest-growing companies with revenue of more than USD 10 million (EUR 8.8 million).
Lingsoft one of the winners in innovation competition: accessible webcasts and better viewer experience with the help of language technology as main objective
Nowhere near all digital media is accessible today, and millions of people in the Nordic countries are excluded when there is a lack of subtitling for webcasts. Lingsoft is one of the winners in the 15th Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) innovation competition. In our project, we are developing innovative solutions to create inclusive and accessible viewer experiences, with the help of language technologies.
Enhancing the Suomi.fi service with automation: Lingsoft and the Population Register Centre improve linguistic accessibility with the help of language technology
The accessibility of online services is important to the Population Register Centre, and accessibility has been made a top priority in the development of the Suomi.fi service. The Population Register Centre has decided to become the first actor in Finland to automatically monitor the accessibility of the texts used in its online services. In November 2018, Lingsoft will supply the Population Register Centre with a solution that helps public service providers write understandable, error-free and increasingly accessible service descriptions.
Lingsoft Language Services Oy has been chosen to deliver a speech recognition solution for the professionals of the Social and Health Services of the City of Espoo. The contract is valid indefinitely and the estimated value of the purchase is 540 000 euros for four years. The aim of the acquisition is to reduce the need for word processing and to make the creation of patient records more efficient by using speech recognition.
Lingsoft is one of the partners for IBM's Think Helsinki 2018 event. Use the Think’n’meet service to reserve a personal meeting time with our experts, or visit our pop-up to see what can be extracted from text data when you combine Lingsoft’s solutions with IBM’s technology. We will also showcase our speech recognition solutions throughout the day. Welcome!
Lingsoft to celebrate European Day of Languages and highlight the themes of multilingualism and linguistic accessibility. Clear language combined with multilingual and multi-channel communications make digital services available to all, whether the services relate to one’s own health data, TV programmes or EU legislation.
Lingsoft is part of an EU project that is set to revolutionize the management of large video collections. The project aims to create a next-generation media experience by combining the efficiency of artificial intelligence with human accuracy.
Lingsoft is part of a Tekes project that is bringing together games industry and health technology experts